The Jupiter Icy Moons Explorer (Juice, formerly JUICE) is an interplanetary spacecraft that was launched on 14 April 2023 from Guiana Space Centre in the French Guiana by the European Space Agency (ESA) with Airbus Defence and Space as the main contractor.

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Ice-penetrating radar will help JUICE and other spacecraft find water beyond Earth

In a virtual reality universe, upcoming 'JUICE' mission flies by Jupiter's moon Callisto

Scientists Unravel Mystery of Orange Juice Off-Flavor

Juice’s Daring Maneuver: Setting Course for a Historic Earth-Moon Flyby

Juice burns hard towards first-ever Earth-Moon flyby

Why Is Juice Taking Sooo Long? Straight Lines in Space Are a Massive Waste of Energy

Juice: why’s it taking sooo long to reach Jupiter

How the JUICE mission will look for habitability on Jupiter's moons

How engineers on the ground fixed the Juice spacecraft’s stuck antenna

Bainiku-Ekisu: Scientists Find Japanese Fruit Juice Benefits Cardiovascular Health, Lowers Blood Pressure

Japanese Plum Juice Concentrate Improves Cardiovascular Health

Jupiter Bound: Juice Spacecraft Deployments Complete

Europe's JUICE Jupiter probe finishes deploying its instruments

Juice deployments complete: final form for Jupiter

Juice is Fully Deployed. It’s Now in its Final Form, Ready to Meet Jupiter’s Moons in 2031

Hurray! Juice Deploys its Stuck Antenna

JUICE Jupiter probe spotted 1 million miles from Earth (video, image)

Successfully Deployed: Juice Spacecraft’s RIME Antenna Finally Breaks Free

Europe's JUICE Jupiter probe fixes antenna glitch in deep space (video)

JUICE’s RIME antenna has finally been deployed as ESA manage to loosen the jammed pin